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19 Jobseekers For Every Job: The Unemployed Elephant in the Room

The debate around the Australian social security system has sunk to a shameful new low. This should not be taken lightly, writes Owen Bennett. Last month, Social Services Minister Christian Porter addressed the National Press Club announcing the Coalition Government’s ambition to end “welfare dependency” and cut social security expenditure. No surprises there. While no [.
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